The workshop includes centers for realization of heritage and research of literature of a child that simplifies the information about heritage and important characters in Egypt's heritage such as Hassan Ibn al-Haytham
with his discoveries, Al-Makrizy and his writings alongside the difference between a document and a manuscript.
The Authority decorated the walls of the centre with artworks by prominent photographers members of Dar Ibn Al-Haytham
to provide images that reflect the purpose of the centre.
The first phase of this promising initiative started with 10 ambassadors of intellectual property being selected from different Dubai-based schools, including Ibn al-Haytham
, Maria Al Qibtia, Khalil bin Ahmed, Al-Manhal, Dhuhra, Al Ittihad Private School, Cambridge, JSS International School, Gulf Indian High School, Central School, and Delhi Private School.
Also, an ambulance arrived at the scene of a collision between two vehicles in the Tela' al Ali neighbourhood and evacuated 5 injured people to the Ibn al-Haytham
hospital, where they were listed in fair condition, the statement added Four people were also wounded following a two-vehicle crash, but they were in moderate condition at the Al Bashir government Hospital, where they were evacuated.
He pointed to the UNESCO celebrations of Arabic scientist Ibn Al-Haytham
Held in collaboration with the Department of Public Libraries -- Qatar Books House at the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage and in co-ordination with the Doha International Book Fair, the symposium highlighted the scientific contributions of the Muslim scholar, Al-Hasan Ibn al-Haytham
, on the occasion of the 1,000th anniversary of the first publication of his book, Kitab Al-Manazir (Book of Optics).
He has made nearly 100 movies and narrates a short film, 1,001 Inventions and the World of Ibn Al-Haytham
, out this year.
This year also coincides with the anniversaries of a series of important milestones in the history of the science of light, including the works on optics by Ibn Al-Haytham
in 1015, the notion of light as a wave proposed by Fresnel in 1815, and the electromagnetic theory of light propagation proposed by Maxwell in 1865.
marks a number of important anniversaries in the development of optical science, including the 1015 writing of the Book of Optics by Ibn al-Haytham
, Fresnel's 1815 notion of light as a wave, Maxwell's 1865 electromagnetic theory of wave propagation, Einstein's 1905 theory of the photoelectric effect and his 1915 General Theory of Relativity, which shows how light is central to the structure of time and space.
These include "Garden of Traffic Safety" to teach children about the importance of safe driving and traffic systems, the Ibn Al-Haytham
exhibition, which is an interactive gallery portraying the inventions of Ibn Al-Haytham
and presenting 100 inventions that changed our lives, and the Oasis Energy exhibition that speaks about the importance of preserving energy.
The earliest references to this form in Egypt go back to the eleventh century, when the optician Ibn al-Haytham
describes a puppet performance consisting of "figures .
3) For a different view of this theory and for a continuation of the author's study of Ibn Al Haytham, see Abdul Hamid Ibrahim Sabra, "One Ibn al-Haytham